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Given that qualitative and mixed methods have been used to address social justice issues, counseling psychologists have been drawn to these research designs to advance knowledge in the field. However, qualitative and mixed methods in counseling psychology are rarely used to examine the experiences of LGBTQ individuals. This content analysis reviewe...
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The history of conditioning, the underpinnings of behaviour therapy, begin with Ivan Pavlov (1829-1905) the father of Russian Physiology. Based on his model, Pavlov (1849-1936) embarked on a series of classical experiment which he extended to all types of learning. Edward Thorndike (1913) of America proposed the “law of effect” as the major factor...
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This study discussed how to improve psychological counselors’ competencies, focusing on the basic elements and duration of practical training to be specified in Psychological Counselor Act. Along with the definitions of practicum, supervised training, supervised education, and professional experience, the researchers compared the existing training...
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Las instituciones de educación superior buscan identificar estrategias que permitan una mayor retención y permanencia de sus estudiantes, para lo cual se indagan factores académicos, familiares, económicos y culturales; sin embargo, es necesario identificar qué países, autores y revistas concentran la mayor producción investigativa en este campo. P...
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Qualitative research has currently become prominent in various fields, including that of counseling psychology. In recent years, qualitative research training has been offered in some counseling psychology graduate programs in Thailand and some existing studies have suggested that there is a link between qualitative research training offered an...
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College counseling centers in various universities have been tasked with the important responsibility of attending to the mental health needs of their students. Owing to the unprecedented recent surge of demand for such services, college counseling centers are facing several crippling resource-level challenges. This is leading to longer wait times...
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Introducción El tabaquismo, pese a ser una enfermedad reconocida por la comunidad científica y la población general, está aún lejos de asociarle automáticamente un tratamiento farmacológico y un asesoramiento psicológico. Muchos pacientes que ingresan en el hospital son fumadores y pocos tienen acceso directo a una consulta de tabaquismo. La Prosoc...
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This study explores professional learning that occurred during a summer program in which educators engaged with a series of tinkering activities facilitated online. Analysis revealed two primary themes: (1) generative starting points with multiple pathways for exploration, and (2) resolution of sticking points through social connections. An analyti...
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University faculty have many responsibilities, including teaching and research, that call for long periods of work before a significant payoff. Grit, the passion and perseverance towards long term goals, may help explain why some faculty attain their goals more frequently than others. The goal of this study was to examine the role of grit and emoti...
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The purpose of this study is to evaluate the adequacy of the developed protocol by verifying the validity of the expert group for the earthquake and fire response simulation protocol. A protocol development team consisting of one emergency rescue professor, one counseling psychology professor, three paramedics, and one firefighter developed the stu...
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Despite that counselling psychologists represent a substantial group of registered psychologists in South Africa, literature specifically on the sub-speciality within the country is limited. The aim of this scoping review was to provide a comprehensive summary of the literature available on counselling psychology in South Africa and examine the ext...
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Background and purpose: Investigating physical therapy in amputation management offers insights into clinical practice. This study explores the self-reported clinical practice of physical therapists in amputation management and compares it to established clinical practice guidelines to determine whether physical therapists are delivering care that...
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To (1) appraise current international classification and clinical management strategies for craniofacial microsomia (CFM) and microtia, and (2) to assess agreement with the European Reference Network “European Guideline Craniofacial Microsomia” recommendations on screening and monitoring. This was a cross-sectional online survey study. The survey...
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Objective: To examine the evidence levels, study characteristics, and outcomes of nonpharmacologic complementary and integrative medicine (CIM) interventions in rehabilitation for individuals with traumatic brain injury (TBI). Data sources: MEDLINE (OvidSP), PubMed (NLM), EMBASE (Embase.com), CINAHL (EBSCO), PsycINFO (OvidSP), Cochrane Library (...
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Esta investigación presenta un análisis de los fundamentos teóricos de la supervisión multicultural del servicio psicológico de una universidad internacional. Como resultado del análisis, se identifican dos particularidades importantes del proceso de supervisión multicultural: 1) la necesidad de investigar la tríada única “cliente – consultor – sup...
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With a growing, national emphasis on the importance of educating the whole child, the purpose of this feature aims to empower health and physical educators to confidently aid in the implementation of the Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child (WSCC) Model within their schools. The articles in this feature will provide relevant information speci...
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Several counselling psychology perspectives have argued that authenticity should be the primary goal of treatment, while defining alienation from the self as the root cause of distress and psychopathological suffering. Recent findings have provided evidence that the tripartite model of dispositional authenticity based on Rogers’ person-centered the...
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The study explores practitioners’ experiences of working with adolescents with complex interpersonal trauma. Five mental health professionals were recruited via purposive and snowball sampling. Semi-structured interviews were conducted, audio-recorded and transcribed. Interpretative phenomenological analysis was employed to identify themes related...
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Social media-based racism is growing exponentially with new social media platforms developing at a rate that research struggles to keep up with. Football is an active participant on these platforms which has subse- quently led to well documented media reports of racial abuse. However, research has been limited within English football when attemptin...
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Mathematics is a compulsory subject in schools, however mathematics learning readiness and gains of school-going adolescents in the subject are on the decline in Oyo State, Nigeria. The inability of students to proceed to higher institutions of learning due to failure in mathematics has always resulted in frustrations. Previous studies had focused...
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Leisure is a phenomenon that undergoes constant change. These changes are sometimes global, but more often, they are localized. For this reason, the capturing of leisure and leisure activities poses a major challenge for researchers. In particular, they struggle to capture measurements for leisure activities in such a way that these measurement res...
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The purpose of this study was to examine the preference of Mathematics textbook illustrations among primary school pupils: implications for counselling psychology. The paper reviewed references to illustrations in this research study are not made to those found in texts or basal readers, but to illustrations found in commercially produced children’...
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The humanitarian law is witnessing a lot of violations especially in Nigeria where people are continually displaced from their homes due to insurgency and community armed conflicts. Most IDPs are exposed to the dangers of humanitarian needs deprivations evidenced in their responses and the situation on ground at the IDPs camps. Many IDPs in the cam...
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Reflective Practice and Professional Development in Psychotherapy presents reflection as a tool to further self-exploration and aid professional development for psychotherapists and counsellors. It discusses the potential avenues, methods and spaces for self-reflective work. The book extensively cites both global and Indian research and presents th...
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Guided by Lent’s (Journal of Counseling Psychology, 51, 482–509, 2004) social cognitive model of well-being, we proposed a conceptual model for international students sojourning in China, with proactive personality, host university support, social self-efficacy and host culture adoption as predictors and psychosocial and academic adjustment as outc...
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This study tackles one of the contributions and applications of existentialism in the domain of existential therapy and counseling which is a human orientation that looks for the meaning of the human existence in a philosophical way. It is one the main important modern orientations in psycho-therapy and counseling and counseling psychology in the h...
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Counseling psychology is a practice that focuses on how people generally function both personally and in their relationships. It also addresses the emotional, social, work, and physical health concerns people might have. For that reason, counseling psychologists help people with physical, emotional and mental health issues helping to improve their...
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The Human values are the guiding principles for desirable codes of conduct and actions that modulate one's self-concept. The precise identification of values can unearth one's priorities and basis of functioning. However, the lack of sound and comprehensive instruments for evincing the core values in eastern countries serves as the prime motive for...
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RESUMEN El objetivo del trabajo fue identificar cuáles son los apoyos institucionales, materiales e inmateriales, que las universidades Nacional del Litoral (UNL-Argentina), Federal de Integración Latinoamericana (UNILA-Brasil), Nacional de Asunción (UNA-Paraguay) y de la República (UDELAR-Uruguay), brindan a los estudiantes extranjeros que desarro...
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We report a case of a fetus with a prenatal diagnosis of classical congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH) due to 21-hydroxylase deficiency. Although CAH is typically assessed postnatally, this fetal case had multiple prenatal clinical assessments made feasible by an interdisciplinary CAH center. The approach facilitated the development and delivery o...
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This article propose a review of the most important medical and psychological aspects regarding pregnancy after miscarriage. We highlighted the results of studies that reflect the importance of psychological implications and emotional care. This paper is a review based on information from the literature. The analysis was limited to articles and gui...
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Interprofessional education (IPE) is essential to prepare students for future healthcare careers and to meet accreditation requirements for health profession schools. After surveying successful IPE programs across the country, Marquette University developed a curricular approach. Over 1,500 students from 10 health professions (Athletic Training, Me...
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The paper gives grounds for designing a new creative model of positive psychological counseling that focuses on developmental and preventive objectives rather than on correctional ones. These developmental and preventive objectives include actualization and transformation of personality resources, optimization of productivity and full personality p...
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This is a mixed‐methods enquiry into the experience of research supervision among supervisors and supervisees on PhD and professional programmes for psychotherapists and counselling psychologists. What makes constructive versus non‐constructive, unhelpful research supervision on doctoral programmes for therapists? What might supervisors learn from...
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The Journal of Positive Psychology and Counselling publishes original research on all aspects of human psychology including life and living, health and physical sciences, social sciences and the humanities. The Journal of Positive Psychology and Counselling is a peer-reviewed journal that attracts well researched empirical and theoretical articles...
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Introduction (Background) The role of pharmacists revolves around providing the highest levels of care to society and ensuring the provision of medicine to all patients. However, with the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID -19), pharmacists as a very important part of healthcare professionals’ team are responsible for fighting against the di...
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This report aimed to provide an overview of the Ruang Reflection Online (RRO) outcomes, a peer assistance program organized by Halo Jiwa Indonesia targeting teenagers and young adults, especially during the COVID-19 Pandemic Period. Through this program, the principles of online peer counselling and Psychological First Aid (PFA) are sought to be co...
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The African entrepreneurs in one way or the other need counselling services for sustainable development in the continents. There exist counselling strategies for entrepreneurs and marketers that would help in minimizing myriad of problems that may disturb psychological, physical and emotional issues among entrepreneurs. This paper examined the rele...
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Background: This study is designed to evaluate the levels of emotional distress and suicide risk of those who were about to end their lives by suicide. Methods: A total of 16 completed suicides among those who called the National Suicide Prevention Hotline were identified, and their last telephone sessions were coded using (1) the modified mental...
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Outbreak of COVID-19 has adversely affected the world with harmful effects on the mental health of people of all ages. In the present cross-sectional research, we were interested to explore anxiety, rejection sensitivity, fear of death and resilient coping as a result of COVID-19 among participants of generation X (1965-1980) and Y (1981-2000). A s...
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Personal Therapy is an important aspect of most counselors' training worldwide. Being made mandatory can generate negative attitudes among postgraduate counseling students. This study thus investigated the attitudes of postgraduate counseling students to mandatory personal therapy in selected universities in Nairobi County, Kenya. A mixed methods c...
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Personal Therapy is an important aspect of most counselors' training worldwide. Being made mandatory can generate negative attitudes among postgraduate counseling students. This study thus investigated the attitudes of postgraduate counseling students to mandatory personal therapy in selected universities in Nairobi County, Kenya. A mixed methods c...
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This study developed guidelines for psychological first aid. This guideline promotes core response and disaster capabilities for disaster mental-health professionals, such as mental-health nurses and counseling psychologists at disaster sites. A research team composed of a first-aid professor and counseling psychology professor developed this psych...
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The article presents an analysis of different approaches of domestic scientists to the interpretation of the concept of «social work management». The author surveys the features of management as an object of governance in the activities of a social worker. Features include the social nature of management information; the need for motivation methods...
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To broaden our understanding of a split alliance in family therapy, we investigated the frequencies and correlates of sessions in which therapists, youth, and caregivers reported markedly different perceptions of the alliance. The sample consisted of 156 Spanish families who received Alliance Empowerment Family Therapy (Escudero, Adolescentes y fam...
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The cultural landscape in Canada and around the world is continuously shifting. Graduate students in counselling psychology (along side those in other helping professions) require specialized training to be in a position to ethically work with a wide range of diverse clients and communities. In recent years, the concepts of cultural and social just...
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本期的專刊由三位年輕與具有潛力的學者 來提出對華人本土心理學的研究進路的分析與建議。 三位年輕學者的觀點提供了華人本土心理學的發展可能路 徑 與重要的靈性與自性的研究主題。 周琬琳是新儒家年輕一代 傳人,以其哲學的訓練背景提出了構建「華人本土心理學」如何可能之路徑辨析與解題,她先提出構建「華人本土心理學」如何可能的三個重要條件 與「華人本土心理學」如何的三個可能,最後提出 四個可能的路徑:中國 自古是 有心理學 前提 、如何與西方對話與 對接,提出可採用雙重詮釋與過轉理論、華人文化的主流與會通,應 安 置朱子理學路徑與陽明心學路徑及儒家思想的中 黃光國對於儒學的 現代化 創造性詮釋與新中體西用觀 的策略 。本文接著再提出 以 儒釋道智慧的 「 自性 」 修養 來進行 會通 與 現代化 修養心...
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This paper is a commentary on how we developed and trained 12 counselling psychology, clinical psychology, and social psychology graduate students to provide basic psychoeducation on COVID-19 in locally adapted forms to vulnerable individuals; and facilitate conversations around stress, anxiety, and distress associated with COVID-19. Training...
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Diversity and Social Justice in Counseling, Psychology, and Psychotherapy: A Case Study Approach offers readers a critical perspective on the ways in which helping professions are practiced in the context of a multifaceted society. The text is designed to advance readers’ understanding that ethnic group and race categories are useful but limited w...
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The study examined implications of counselling, psychological and social services on academic performance of primary school pupils in Southwest, Nigeria. The study adopted a descriptive survey research design. The population consisted of all primary school teachers in Southwest out of which 1006 teachers were selected from the three sampled states...
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This article articulates how compassion can be integrated into counseling psychology practice to augment the commitment to social justice. Drawing on a humanistic–existential paradigm that asserts the primacy of ethics, a multilayered understanding of compassion is explored in its implication for practitioners. First, as acknowledgment of the other...
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The various mental health disciplines (e.g., counseling, psychology, social work) all mandate competence in working with clients from diverse religious and spiritual backgrounds. However, there is growing evidence that practitioners feel ill-equipped to meet the needs of their religiously- and spiritually-diverse clients. Furthermore, formal educat...
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Introduction According to DSM-5 Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is characterized by reduced social interaction and communication, and by restricted, repetitive and stereotyped behaviour (American Psychiatric Association, 2013). Autism is a developmental disorder and signs start before the age of three in a child. In cases of people with High Functi...
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The aim of this study is to prove whether imitation ability can be developed in organizational behavior and psychology. The study was carried out with joint-stock companies, public institutions, and professional organizations operating in five different provinces and countries (375 participants). Five managers from each sample unit were included in...
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In our First Edition of The Counsel-ling Magazine, we introduced the various concepts, majorly counselling, psychology and therapy. We have since received much feedback from our readers who have expressed their opinion on using various terms such as guidance, counselling, mentoring, coaching, ‘madness’, mental illness, stress, depression, anxiety a...
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(ENG)Researchers’ interest in positive psychology has expanded since its emergence about in 2000. However, few institutions offer in-depth and systematic curriculum for this field of study in South Korea. Therefore, the present study aimed to investigate positive psychology degree programs in the graduate school in order to establish an education a...
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Adolescence stage is filled with enormous changes and challenges. At this stage, adolescents are not mentally mature so they failed to adjust to the changes of their life and are at greater risk of developing smoking habit. Many psychosocial factors contribute to adolescents’ smoking, among them family role is prominent. So, the present correlation...
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Rationale: Aims and Objectives Counselling Psychology is a global phenomenon that allows us to fully comprehend and conceptualize our lives in various interconnected ways. The Counsel-ling Magazine aims to present articles of general and specialised interest on contemporary and diverse aspects of counselling psychology. The purpose is to disseminat...
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This study used a consensual qualitative research design to examine the way contextual, cultural, and personal variables influenced the training, career choice, and development of six male counseling psychology doctoral students in the U.S. and three in Turkey. Four domains of influence on the career decision-making process emerged: personal values...
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Foreign language instruction has been completed through the traditional approach. This investigation was an attempt to show the effect of team teaching and counseling psychology with focus on students' Language Proficiency, Collaboration and Inborn Encouragement. Mix method of the research was used for the study, comprised of the tests, questionnai...
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The present literature review aims to offer an in-depth examination and critical evaluation of the concept of the therapeutic alliance, as it has been historically unfolded in psychotherapy theory, research and practice. The construct of the alliance holds particular theoretical and practical significance for counselling psychologists, who are expe...
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The introductory article of this special issue presents the therapeutic relationship in clinical and counseling psychology in order to highlight their similarities and their differences. Initially, reference is made to the particular characteristics of the therapeutic relationship from the point of view of clinical psychology followed by the specif...
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تطور صورة العدو لدى الأطفال اعـــــداد: ميعــــــــاد ثائــــــــــر حمـــــــــــــدي اشراف: أ.م.د. عبد الكريم خشن بندر 2019 – 2020 العنوان والمستخلص باللغة الإنكليزية Development of enemy image in children Abstract The study aims to identify the image of the enemy among children in the ages (7,9,11) years, and to know the significance of the di...
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The revised third edition of the formerly titled Substance Use and Abuse retains its comprehensive, holistic examination of the field of substance use and misuse from a Canadian perspective. Now organized into seven sections, the 30 chapters examine the nature of addiction; explore biological, psychological, and social theories that attempt to expl...
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Personality disorders (PDs) are relatively common, especially in clinical settings. A number of evidence-based treatments are now available, especially for borderline personality disorder (BPD). However, little is known about the relevant training available to doctoral students in clinical and counseling psychology. In the current study, data were...
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This paper addresses therapists’ experiences when ‘doing research’, with a special interest in their needs for support. It involves revisiting earlier studies into opportunities and obstacles—personally, professionally and academically for psychotherapists and counselling psychologists (therapists) when transitioning to and from postgraduate resear...
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This article provides commentary on a spatial meta-analysis published by Price and colleagues (2021); it provides valuable preliminary evidence that a dimension of cultural sexism can countervail efforts for psychotherapy to succeed in samples that focus on girls aged four to 18. Our own study reveals cultural sexism to be markedly associated with...
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This study explored the extent to which the relationship between family values and social well-being is explained by well-being orientations. We investigated whether hedonic and eudaimonic motives for activities mediate the effect of family values of roles hierarchy and kin relations on social well-being. Using a cross-sectional survey design, rand...
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The number of Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming (TGNC) individuals who are presenting for counseling is increasing; yet counselors receive little to no exposure to gender-diversity throughout their education and training. TGNC individuals have reported receiving discriminatory experiences within therapy and ineffectual outcomes. Consistent with...
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Over the past 30 years, the field of counselling psychology has experienced many new insights and shifting practices into counsellor education, practitioner and faculty scholarship, and larger systems including post-secondary institutions, accreditation councils, and regulatory bodies. One of the central contributions to this expanding landscape is...
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We investigated South African clinical and counselling psychology supervisors’ (n=44) perceptions of supervision training, their supervision experiences, and their perceived competence, confidence and effectiveness in providing supervision. Results indicated that many supervisors prematurely engage in supervision responsibilities and initiate super...
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Fifteen years have passed since the publication of a landmark issue of Journal of Counseling Psychology on qualitative and mixed methods research (Havercamp et al., 2005), which signaled a methodological shift in counseling psychology and related fields. At the time, qualitative research was certainly less popular in the field and arguably less res...
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A pandemia de COVID-19 interrompeu as atividades presenciais em quase todos os Âmbitos de atenção psicológica. Os primeiros estudos sobre impactos psicológicos indicam sofrimentos existenciais como medo e pânico, estigmatização e exclusão e depressão. Busca-se um entendimento deste momento, sob a perspectiva fenomenológico-existencial, como de rupt...
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This reflective essay offers a personal account of my experience during my counselling psychology training. Research highlights that the person of the therapist contributes to clients’ improvement beyond the intervention, advocating the importance of personal development beyond a competency-based model. Consonantly, counselling psychology appreciat...
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Abstract Text/Symp. Description General practitioners (GPs) serve as ‘gatekeepers’ to mental health services, with 90% of mental health problems being dealt with in primary care. Counselling psychology, with its relational philosophy and humanist values, can make a unique contribution to primary care mental health service delivery. Despite the grow...
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Uncontrolled diabetes is associated with macrovascular and microvascular complications that compromise the quality of life; however, the patients’ perspectives about medication non-adherence are unclear. We aimed to understand patient behavior and explore the barriers to medication adherence in uncontrolled diabetes patients. We employed a qualitat...
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Existential concerns such as death, responsibility, meaninglessness, and isolation not only are the hallmark of existential psychotherapy but also are frequently encountered by CBT therapists—nevertheless, due to epistemological and ideological differences, existential and CBT approaches to psychotherapy had little overlap historically. During rece...
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Counselling psychology addresses the emotional, social, work, school, and physical health concerns people may have at different stages in their lives, focusing on typical life stresses and more severe issues with which people may struggle as individuals and as a part of families, groups, and organizations. The increasing rate of psychological probl...
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"Even if it’s easy to forget, in a research landscape dominated by statistics, psychology is the science of human beings and, in order to understand humans, we need to understand their life stories. Psychobiographical investigations, with their focus on meaning-making and identity construction, were instrumental for developing some of the disciplin...